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Resetting workspace also resets to a saved folder?!?

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Nov 21, 2022 Nov 21, 2022

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This is new, and I think is a bug: when resetting my workspace, it ALSO goes back to the folder that was open when the workspace was being set. That's nuts. IF this is a new "feature," at the very least, please allow this to be an option, like previous versions of bridge had the option of "save sort order with workspace." There needs to be an option for "save folder with workspace."

 

Neither option seems to exist anyore...or am I missing something? See attached video.

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Nov 21, 2022 Nov 21, 2022

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Hi @Wes Duenkel 

 

That's another bug. 

 

However, if you find that you're reverting to a previous Folder when changing workspaces, there is a setting for that. Not a great consolation here; just letting you know about it.

 

While not a great alternative, you can use the "Reveal Recents" to get back to your original folder.

 

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@gary_sc: Yes, I noticed that option. A weird option, but at least it's "optional." 🙂

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